6/21 AEW Rampage Results

6/21 AEW Rampage Results

6/21 AEW Rampage Results – Excalibur, Tony Schiavone, and “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard greet audiences at home as Private Party, Metalik, and Komander as Alex Abrahantes stands by at ringside.

Private Party vs. Metalik and Komander (w/ Alex Abrahantes)

Isiah Kassidy and The bell rings and the two lock up. Kassidy delivers an arm drag to Komander, but Komander responds with a hurricanrana off the ropes. Metalik tags in and delivers a double arm drag to Kassidy before they land a double elbow drop. Marq Quen tags in and delivers a dropkick to Metalik, then tags back out to Kassidy. Metalik levels Private Party with a double back elbow, then tags in Komander.

Komander ascends to the top and delivers a crossbody to level Private Party, then delivers a double arm drag to them. He delivers a hurricanrana to Quen and lands a chop on Kassidy, then delivers a hurricanrana to him. Metalik then flies over the top rope to level Private Party on the outside, and Komander follows it up by delivering a Sky Twister. He gets Kassidy back inside the ring and pins him, but Kassidy kicks out.

Back from the break, Komander tags in and Kassidy plants him with a spinebuster. Quen tags in and lands a back elbow on Metalik, then follows it up with a kick and sits him on the top rope. He then delivers a moonsault off the ropes to level Komander and delivers a superplex to Metalik. He climbs back up to the top and delivers a 450 Splash, then goes for a pin.

Komander breaks the fall, but Quen dumps him out of the ring. Metalik levels Quen and connects with a dropkick to him off the top rope. He goes for a pin, but Kassidy breaks the fall. Kassidy then tags in and fires off forearms, right hands, and left hands on Metalik. Quen and Komander then ascend to the top and look to fly at the same time, but Kassidy and Metalik move out of the way. Private Party then delivers Gin and Juice to Metalik for the win.

Winners: Private Party

After the match, Chris Jericho, Big Bill, and Bryan Keith appear on the ramp. They begin brawling with Private Party and quickly overpower them before security and officials run down to separate the five men.

Rey Fenix and Alex Abrahantes then make their way down to the ring. Turbo Floyd and Truth Magnum are already waiting at ringside.

Rey Fenix (w/ Alex Abrahantes) vs. Turbo Floyd (w/ Truth Magnum)

The bell rings and Floyd delivers a shoulder tackle to Fenix. He follows it up with an elbow drop and goes for a pin, but Fenix kicks out. Fenix then delivers a crossbody off the ropes and out of the corner, then walks the ropes to level Floyd and delivers a Frog Splash to him for the win.

Winner: Rey Fenix

After the match, Penta El Zero joins Fenix and Abrahantes to celebrate Fenix’s win with them in the ring.

Back from the break, Lio Rush makes his way down to the ring. Action Andretti follows.

Lio Rush vs. Action Andretti in a TNT Championship Ladder Match Qualifier

The bell rings and Andretti offers his hand to Rush. Rush shakes it, and the two lock up. Rush delivers a hurricanrana to Andretti, but Andretti lands on his feet. The two continue to go back and forth before they level one another with crossbodies.

Back from the break, Andretti delivers a boot to Rush that sends him crashing to the outside. He delivers a springboard moonsault to level him, then gets him back inside the ring and looks to fly. Rush moves out of the way and Andretti connects with a Falcon Arrow on him. He goes for a pin, but Rush kicks out.

Andretti gets Rush up on his shoulders, but Rush escapes and looks to level Andretti. Andretti counters and sends Rush crashing into the mat, then looks to fly out of the corner. Rush sees him coming and lands an enzuigri on him, then delivers a springboard Stunner and a Frog Splash off the top rope for the win.

Winner: Lio Rush

After the match, Top Flight joins Andretti in the ring and stares down Rush. Rush helps up Andretti, and the two shake hands. Rush then extends his hand to Darius Martin and Dante Martin, and both brothers take it.

Shingo Takagi then makes his way down to the ring. AR Fox is already waiting inside.

Shingo Takagi vs. AR Fox

The bell rings and Fox wastes no time going after Takagi. Takagi levels Fox with a low dropkick, but Fox levels him with a moonsault off the apron and gets him back inside the ring. He delivers a Swanton Bomb and goes for a pin, but Takagi kicks out. Takagi sends Fox crashing into the mat, then rains down Hammer and Anvil elbows on him. He looks to level Fox, but Fox moves out of the way and delivers a neckbreaker to Takagi. He ascends to the top and delivers a 450 Splash to Takagi, then goes for a pin. Takagi kicks out.

Fox looks to land a flatliner on Takagi off the ropes, but Takagi blocks him and delivers a clothesline to him. Fox rolls up Takagi, but Takagi kicks out and delivers a Death Valley Driver to Fox. He levels him with another clothesline and drives him into the mat for the win.

Winner: Shingo Takagi

After the match, Bryan Danielson’s music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. He offers his hand to Takagi, but Takagi pushes it away and stares down Danielson. He then pushes him aside and heads to the back.

Serena Deeb then makes her way down to the ring. Willow Nightingale follows.

Willow Nightingale vs. Serena Deeb in a Quarterfinals Match for the Women’s Owen Hart Cup Tournament

The bell rings and Nightingale offers her hand to Deeb. Deeb shakes it, and the two lock up. Nightingale executes a mat on Deeb, but Deeb delivers a shoulder tackle to her. Nightingale blocks it, and Deeb looks to land a second one on her. Nightingale levels Deeb with a shoulder tackle and a bodyslam, then lands a low crossbody and goes for a pin.

Deeb kicks out and Nightingale connects with a delayed vertical suplex to her, then looks to fly. Deeb sees her coming and looks to lock in a leg submission, but Nightingale makes her way to the bottom rope before she can get it fully cinched in. Deeb then delivers a swinging neckbreaker to Nightingale on the outside.

Back from the break, Nightingale delivers a Hip Attack to Deeb in the corner. She follows it up with a spinebuster and goes for a pin, but Deeb kicks out. Deeb delivers a kick to Nightingale, then locks in an Octopus. Nightingale counters into a side slam, but Deeb cinches in a Half Boston Crab on her. Nightingale fights her way out and Deeb ascends to the top rope, but Nightingale meets her up there and delivers a superplex. Deeb lands an uppercut on Nightingale, but Nightingale delivers a chop to her. Deeb lands a chop of her own on Nightingale, but Nightingale delivers another. The two then continue exchanging strikes before Nightingale looks to land a cannonball on Deeb in the corner.

Deeb moves out of the way and connects with Deeb-tox, then goes for a pin. Nightingale kicks out, and Deeb jams Nightingale’s knee repeatedly into the mat. She looks to cinch in the Serenity Lock, but Nightingale escapes and gets Deeb up on her shoulders. Nightingale’s knee gives out and Deeb lands a few uppercuts, but Nightingale catches her with a shoulder pounce and follows it up with a Doctor Bomb for the win.

Winner: Willow Nightingale

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